Teeth Whitening by DaVinci - Listen while you process
DaVinci Pre-Treatment Instructions:
  •  DO NOT brush your teeth for at least 4 hours prior to whitening. Brushing can cause brush abrasions and lead to gum irritation/blanching

You will not be able to eat or drink for 2 hours after whitening (except water).

  • Listening pleasure. We will provide a relaxing spa atmosphere but please feel free to bring headphones if you would like to listen to your personal playlist. Listening to e-books is also a great way to help pass the time.
Drinking water only for the first two hours after your teeth whitening
DaVinci after Whitening Care Instructions:
  • Drink water for the next 2 hours. This will decrease possible sensitivity.
  • Avoid any other food or beverages for the next 2 hours.
  • DO NOT smoke or Chew tobacco for at least 2 hours.
  • Avoid any dark colored food or beverages for at least 24 hours. (See list below)
  • Maintain an ALL White diet for at least 24 hours. You may eat after 2 hours. (See list of approved foods below)
  • NEXT 48 hours: brush very gently with a white toothpaste. DO NOT BRUSH GUMS, avoid using a whitening or baking soda toothpaste.
  • Any sensitivity is typically gone within 24 hours. You may choose to purchase the DaVinci desensitizing gel or take a mild pain reliever.
  • Use your home maintenance kit and/or whitening pen to help maintain your smile.

Water (preferred), white wine, white lemonade, coconut water (not milk!), clear alcohol mixed with clear mixers.

White fish, skinless chicken or turkey.

White rice, white pasta, white onions (see a theme?), egg whites, peeled potatoes, crustless white bread, cauliflower, white cheese, bananas.

Only white foods for 24 hrs after teeth whitening

Colored beverages, Tea, coffee, red wine, soft drinks, colored alcoholic beverages, beer, and fruit juice.

DO NOT drink extremely hot or cold beverages.

Dark staining food such as tomato & red sauces, red meat, dark colored vegetables, chocolate, wheat bread or anything with heavy color.

Butter or margarine.

Acidic foods and drinks, energy and fizzy drinks
Smoking or chewing tobacco

Wearing lipstick

Colored toothpaste or mouthwash